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10 Social Media Posts on Tax Relief for July 2020

We hope you and your loved ones are safe, healthy, and prospering even during these tough times. If you are in need of any information in these trying times regarding tax relief, be sure to check out some of these social posts. If you have any questions, please be sure to reach out and contact our team right away!


IRS is not extending tax deadline: 2019 returns must be filed by July 15


“Extreme delays” for millions of taxpayers awaiting IRS refunds


Watch Your Mailbox: IRS Is Sending Notices With Past-Due Deadlines


IRS To Pay Interest On Your ‘Late’ Tax Refund on-your-late-tax-refund/#574d061d4275


As IRS Employees Return To Work, Here’s An Updated Look At What To Expect


Biden tells donors: I’m going to get rid of most of Trump’s tax cuts ‘and a lot of you may not like that’ of-trumps-tax-cuts.html


NYC’s rent-stabilized owners need tax relief. Do you think other landlords should get tax relief as well?


Did Pushing Back the Tax-Filing Deadline Do Americans a Disservice?


IRS Fails To Pursue High-Income Nonfilers Who Owe $46 Billion In Back Taxes, Watchdog Says


What Are the Real Chances Your Taxes Will Get Audited by the IRS This Year?


#11 issues-created-by-remote-workers


Will I Be Taxed on My PPP Loan?

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